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Asked in Agriculture
What is the main crop the pilgrims planted were corn?
what was the main crop the pilgrims planted
Asked in Farm Crops
What will happen if the same crop is grown again and again in the same field?
Each crop uses a different combination of nutrients from the soil. Planting the same crop over and over uses up those nutrients so the crop will have less yield each year. Alternating crops allows the nutrients used by one crop to be replaced by a different crop. ...
Asked in Boston, Saint Patrick's Day
What must be planted on March 17 if you want a good crop of them?
Peas are traditionally planted on St. Patricks Day
Asked in Environmental Issues
Changing what is planted from year to year to protect topsoil?
crop rotation : )
Asked in Ancient Egypt
What two crop were planted by the ancient Egyptians?
They grew Warely and Wheat.
Asked in Farm Crops
What will happen if same crop is grown again and again in same field?
It will take the goodness out of the soil for following crops and can cause disease in following crops. ...
Asked in Agriculture, Farm Crops
How crops are grown?
To grow a crop, first, the ground where the crop will be planted is prepared. It is plowed, disced and possibly treated with chemicals such as lime. Then the seeds are planted, and grow into plants. When the plant produces, the produce is harvested and sold. ...
What is the name of the agricultural practice in which large fields are planted with a single crop year after year?
Crop monoculture is the name of the agricultural practice in which large fields are planted with a single crop year after year. Although this has its advantages, it also has disadvantages like the eventual diminishing of nutrients in the soil. ...
Asked in Agriculture, North Carolina, Farm Crops
What is North Carolina's main cash crop?
In terms of sales value, tobacco is the leading crop and greenhouse and nursery items are the second most valuable. Ranked by acres planted, soybeans are first and corn is the second leading crop. Cotton was the state's leading crop until the early 1950s and after declining for several years has become an important part of the economy again. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
What is a crop called that is planted soley for the purpose of making a profit?
Out of these choices: substinence farm cash crop money tree wheat farm
Asked in Fine Art, Agriculture
What is the amount of crop output from a given area of planted land called?
That would be the yield.